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Charlotte Williams is Professor of Social Justice and Head of the School of Public Policy and Professional Practice at Keele University, UK. She is co-author of Race and Ethnicity in a Welfare Society (2010). Mekada Graham is Director and Associate Professor of Social Work at California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA. She is the author of Black Issues in Social Work and Social Care (2007).
1. Travelling Hopefully: Race/Ethnic Relations and Social Work Research: A Transnational Dialogue Charlotte Williams and Mekada Graham 2. Attempting to mainstream ethnicity in a multi-country EU mental health and social inclusion project: lessons for social work Shulamit Ramon, Peter Ryan & Mojca Urek 3. Redefining relations among minority users and social workers Marianne Hedlund & Anne Moe 4. Whiteness and the politics of 'race' in child protection guidelines in Ireland Alastair Christie 5. What about the influence of Dutch culture on integration? Anne Gordijn 6. Equality-of-oppressions and anti-discriminatory models in social work: reflections from the USA and UK Mekada Graham & Jerome H. Schiele 7. Swedish welfare responses to ethnicity: the case of children and their families Keith Pringle 8. Swedish experience of sheltered housing and conflicting theories in use with special regards to honour related violence (HRV) Eva Wikstroem & Mehdi Ghazinour 9. Theatre enriching social work with immigrants: the case of a Finnish multicultural theatre group Marika Westerling & Synnoeve Karvinen-Niinikoski 10. Traps of humanitarian aid: observations from a village community in Sri Lanka Bogdan Lesnik & Mojca Urek 11. Travelling Hopefully?: A Postscript Charlotte Williams and Mekeda Graham